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Jayhawks surprised by seemingly tough NCAA draw

The Kansas Jayhawks will enter the 2010 NCAA Tournament as the top-rated No. 1 seed and will open play against 16th-seeded Lehigh at approximately 8:40 p.m. Thursday in Oklahoma City.

Early Morning

Hard-won hardware: Kansas fends off 'Cats

Cole Aldrich hoisted the Big 12 championship trophy high in the sky for fans to see, then cradled it lovingly while speaking to reporters Saturday night on a confetti-infested Sprint Center floor.

Stories

Kansas prepares road trip to Oklahoma City

Kansas University’s first stop on the Road to the Final Four is 316 miles away, and plenty of Jayhawks plan to be making the trip down the Kansas Turnpike and Interstate 35.

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Jayhawks surprised by seemingly tough NCAA draw

The Kansas Jayhawks will enter the 2010 NCAA Tournament as the top-rated No. 1 seed and will open play against 16th-seeded Lehigh at approximately 8:40 p.m. Thursday in Oklahoma City.

Jayhawks eye WNIT

Kansas University, runner-up in last season’s WNIT, is confident it will receive an invitation Monday night when pairings are announced and has put in a bid to serve as a host and requested a Wednesday first-round game, according to a KU athletic department official.

Diver Proehl qualifies

Kansas senior Meghan Proehl placed 19th in three-meter diving at the zone championships.

Rowers start strong

The Kansas University rowing team won five of six races Saturday at the Oklahoma Invitational.

No. 1 LSU rallies, ties series with KU

The top-ranked Louisiana State baseball team needed a two-out, seventh-inning home run from Blake Dean to slip past Kansas University, 4-2, on Saturday.

Valpo edges Jayhawks

Five runs in the last two innings put the Kansas University softball team back in the game, but the late surge was not enough for the Jayhawks to bring home a victory.

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Pullen, KSU dejected after loss

Jacob Pullen left the court quickly following Kansas State’s 72-64 loss Saturday to Kansas University. He couldn’t stand to see what was going on around him.

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Hard-won hardware: Kansas fends off 'Cats

Cole Aldrich hoisted the Big 12 championship trophy high in the sky for fans to see, then cradled it lovingly while speaking to reporters Saturday night on a confetti-infested Sprint Center floor.

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Indianapolis booked up for Final Four

So, Kansas fans, you’re already looking forward to the Final Four: Indianapolis, Lucas Oil Stadium, bars on Meridian and a weekend of revelry matched only by that wonderful trip to San Antonio a couple of years ago, having jammed the River Walk and left with a national championship trophy.

Triple jumper DQed

Kansas University freshman Andrea Geubelle fouled on each of her three attempts at the NCAA Indoor track and field meet.

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Gary Bedore’s KU hoops notebook

News, notes, numbers and quotes from KU's victory against Kansas State.

KU proves it’s worthy of No. 1 NCAA seed

Denis Clemente, Kansas State’s senior guard, showed Saturday why he’s considered the fastest player in college basketball. He and teammates also showed a remarkable will to win.